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Cape Cobras versus Lions, 25th Match, CSA T20 Challenge

April 26th, 2019, 9:30 PM IST

Newlands, Cape Town


Two or three recreations have been played at the Newlands in Cape Town this season and Cape Cobras have won both, protecting a score in the area of 150-155. The ball for the most part goes at this scene and it is a smidgen astounding that groups have not exploited this. The gauge for match day is truly encouraging with pretty much 10% possibility of downpour.


Cape Cobras and Lions are two groups that have in all likelihood booked their individual semi-last billets. Cape Cobras have played some great and energizing cricket and have won five and lost only two diversions. They are at present doing very well at the highest point of the table. Indeed, even in their last amusement against the Titans, they pursued down 183 in spite of looking discouraged at one phase.

The Lions, then, have had three washouts in their last five recreations. The misfortune against the Warriors saw them descend to the third spot in the focuses table. Actually, that misfortune was a quite far reaching one as Warriors pursued down 145 in 14.3 overs. Notwithstanding, a success against the table-toppers will give them a major lift in front of the semi-finals.

Straight on

Complete Matches – 24

Cape Cobras – 10

Lions – 12

Tie – 1

No Result – 1

Structure (latest to most seasoned)

Cape Cobras – W, NR, L, W, W

Lions – L, NR, NR, W, NR

Last match's Playing XI and conceivable changes

Cape Cobras – Hashim Amla, Janneman Malan, David Bedingham, Kyle Verreynne (wk), Jason Smith, Aviwe Mgijima, George Linde, Vernon Philander, Rory Kleinveldt (c), Tladi Bokako, Nkululeko Serame

Conceivable Changes – Cape Cobras may adhere to a similar XI.

Lions – Ryan Rickelton (wk), Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, Dwaine Pretorius, Temba Bavuma (c), Wihan Lubbe, Nono Pongolo, Bjorn Fortuin, Aaron Phangiso, Migael Pretorius, Malusi Siboto

Conceivable Changes – Wiaan Mulder may supplant Wihan Lubbe.

My XI for the diversion


Ryan Rickelton has been in better than average structure this season as he's amassed 143 keeps running in five innings which incorporates two or three strong half-hundreds of years. He's likewise been clean behind the stumps.

Elective: Kyle Verreynne


Janneman Malan is the most elevated run-getter for the Cape Cobras this season. He has a generally amazing strike-rate of 154.13 also. South African internationals Reeza Hendricks and Rassie van der Dussen have blown hot and cold in this competition. Them two have a similar total – 117 keeps running in five innings. Be that as it may, they will take a stab at consistency as they move towards the back end of the competition. The instance of Temba Bavuma isn't too extraordinary either. He's amassed 122 keeps running in five innings. He's continually gotten begins that he's neglected to change over.

Elective: David Bedingham


Vernon Philander has been astounding in this competition. He's gotten 10 wickets up until this point and furthermore contributed actually well with the bat. He has a strike-rate of 178.46 in this CSA T20 Challenge. George Linde has been great with both bat and ball. He's scored 124 keeps running at a strike-rate of 139.32 and with the ball, while being a slight bit costly, he's gotten five wickets. Dwaine Pretorius has had a good competition with the bat. He's contributed well down the request for the Lions. Be that as it may, with the ball, he's been quite costly and will trust bob back.

Elective: Aviwe Mgijima


Rory Kleinveldt has bowled actually well in this competition. He's grabbed eight wickets in seven amusements and been the most practical bowler for Cape Cobras. Tladi Bokako has comparative returns as his captain Kleinveldt yet he's been a bit progressively costly. Bjorn Fortuin has picked wickets in each amusement and has driven the accuse of the ball for the Lions. He's gotten 10 wickets in six diversions and has an economy of 4.95 in this competition.

Elective: Aaron Phangiso

Chief: Vernon Philander

Bad habit chief: Reeza Hendricks

Player to keep an eye out for: Bjorn Fortuin

The 24-year-old left-arm spinner has been splendid this season. With 10 wickets, he's the joint most elevated wicket-taker in this competition. He has a strike-rate of 13.8 and a normal of 11.40 which separates him from the rest. Bjorn Fortuin has been a risk to each restriction and will keep on being so.

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